Eraserhead - A Suicide, Part One
01 - Longing
02 - Despondent
03 - Rumination
04 - Cessation
05 - The Drift
Here it is. In all its sludgey, depressing goodness.
"A Suicide, Part One" was written and recorded by Nikolai Gawin.
This album is dedicated to Alex Cochran, because he's the only one who volunteered for the position.
Released on Torn Flesh Records, February, 2012
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December 22, 2013
A Suicide, Part One by Eraserhead
You have to be really into your heavy music to enjoy this album. The band Eraserhead between thier heavy guitar sounds and distorted vocals sounds a bit like guitarist Richard Patrick's Industrial Rock band Filter but the difference I think we have here is that Eraserhead lacks any Pop sensabilites. During the majority of this album the lead vocalist has a performance style where he steps all over his band's rhythm playing and adds to a feeling of harmony shortage by intentionally going through the songs singing in his own way off key, tone clashing style. If this album wasn't so much of a challenge for most people to get into I'd rate it higher, but what we've got here is an Indie hard core record which is meant for a way underground kind of audience who enjoys extreme lo-fi sounds. Two Stars.